CHAMPAIGN -- As the weather slowly gets warmer, more and more people are hitting the pavement and getting some exercise.
GIBSON CITY -- Kristina Meece says she never dreamed she would become a runner, but she says running has changed her life.
CHAMPAIGN -- A man is getting closer to his goal for giving back to the people who saved his daughter's life.
URBANA -- 400 people took advantage of the great weather today, for a great cause.
URBANA -- Runners pounded the pavement in support of Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
CHICAGO -- Some say Sunday was the perfect football weather.
SULLIVAN -- It probably wasn't your favorite activity in high school.
ROCKFORD -- It's not just runners in Central Illinois getting excited for this weekend.
CHAMPAIGN -- One man proves you're never too old to hit the pavement.
When runners train for a race, staying injury free is a top priority.
Lucky for them, when it comes to the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon, there's one man who's doing everything he can to keep them safe.
Sometimes running can be a pain, but it doesn't have to be.
Richard Jean is an athletic trainer with Christie Clinic.
He shows us where runners most often have injuries, and how to prevent them from getting worse.
Most volunteering jobs end shortly after the final runner crosses the finish line.
But one man, decided to keep coming back and moving up the ladder.
Each year the Christie Clinic needs thousands of volunteers to pull off the enormous community event.